Momentum
47:58

Momentum: Heat Waves

Season 1 Episode 4 NITV January 3, 2016

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Reporter Julie Nimmo investigates global warming and how rising sea levels are impacting on communities in the Torres Straits.

Reporter Julie Nimmo investigates global warming and how rising sea levels are impacting on communities in the Torres Straits.

Australian Story
31:35

Australian Story: 20th Anniversary Special

Season 1 Episode 1 ABC June 6, 2016

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This two-part anniversary special looks back over Australian Story's key themes, with participants and producers revealing the stories behind some of the show's most ...

This two-part anniversary special looks back over Australian Story's key themes, with participants and producers revealing the stories behind some of the show's most significant and popular programs.

Australian Story
27:26

Australian Story: True Grit

Season 1 Episode 1 ABC February 22, 2016

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In a television exclusive, Australian Story takes you inside the private life of Wallabies hero and international Rugby Union star David Pocock - travelling with him back to ...

In a television exclusive, Australian Story takes you inside the private life of Wallabies hero and international Rugby Union star David Pocock - travelling with him back to his homeland Zimbabwe. The program reveals the dramatic origins of the passion that so famously drives him today, both on and off the field.

Australian Story
30:57

Australian Story: The Justice Principle (Part 2)

ABC April 30, 2018

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Concluding the story of Dassi Erlich and her two sisters, who are fighting to extradite their former headmistress from Israel to face sexual abuse charges. After the alleged ...

Concluding the story of Dassi Erlich and her two sisters, who are fighting to extradite their former headmistress from Israel to face sexual abuse charges. After the alleged abuse against the three sisters came to light in 2008, principal Malka Leifer was stood down by the Adass Israel school which facilitated her immediate departure to Israel. Although Australian authorities have been trying to extradite her for several years Malka Leifer convinced the Israeli courts she was too mentally unwell to face a hearing. That prompted an undercover operation to prove her mental fitness which recently resulted in Malka Leifer's return to jail. For Dassi and her two sisters - Nicole and Elly - justice finally seems closer than ever before.

Trump: Path to the White House
1:25:36

Trump: Path to the White House

The History Channel July 6, 2018

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This documentary delves into Donald Trump's past, filling in the details and digging up the truth behind the Donald's legendary rise, fall and comeback.

This documentary delves into Donald Trump's past, filling in the details and digging up the truth behind the Donald's legendary rise, fall and comeback.

Living Black
28:02

Living Black: July 25, 2018

NITV July 25, 2018

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In 2013, artist Bibi Barba decided to do an online search of her artworks. She discovered that two of her artworks had been replicated in a Polish hotel without her ...

In 2013, artist Bibi Barba decided to do an online search of her artworks. She discovered that two of her artworks had been replicated in a Polish hotel without her permission. Her designs were used on bar tops, wall panelling and furniture, still in the same colours. Bibi has threatened copyright infringement but the hotel has denied it. Karla Grant sits down with Bibi to talk about her life, her art, and her struggle to prove the copyright infringement of her work five years on.

Australian Story
28:08

Australian Story: Being Bradman

Season 1 Episode 1 ABC July 27, 2015

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It's been fourteen years since millions of people around the world mourned the death of cricketing legend Sir Donald Bradman. It was a form of fame that dismayed him during ...

It's been fourteen years since millions of people around the world mourned the death of cricketing legend Sir Donald Bradman. It was a form of fame that dismayed him during his lifetime and continues to impact on his family to this day. Now, Sir Donald Bradman's granddaughter Greta Bradman is herself standing on the threshold of international stardom as an opera singer and protegee of Sir Richard Bonynge.

People and Power
25:00

People and Power: What's Happening To American Democracy?

Season 1 Episode 2 Al Jazeera English March 31, 2016

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People & Power investigates how the erosion of democracy in America is showing up in the 2016 presidential campaign

People & Power investigates how the erosion of democracy in America is showing up in the 2016 presidential campaign

Living Black
25:04

Living Black: July 4, 2018

NITV July 4, 2018

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Australia's longest running Indigenous current affairs program, bringing compelling human stories and looking in-depth at some of the most important issues affecting ...

Australia's longest running Indigenous current affairs program, bringing compelling human stories and looking in-depth at some of the most important issues affecting Indigenous Australians.

Australian Story
29:31

Australian Story: Call Me Harrison

ABC November 12, 2018

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Call Me Harrison When former Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer and his wife Judy learned that their young son was autistic, they were told he would probably never have a job ...

Call Me Harrison When former Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer and his wife Judy learned that their young son was autistic, they were told he would probably never have a job or live independently. But Harrison Fischer, now aged 25, has defied everybody’s expectations. Harrison has a job helping primary schoolers in Wodonga, is paying tax and has his own home. As his father Tim Fischer, one of Australia’s most-loved politicians, battles a life-threatening illness, Harrison’s growing independence is a source of joy for the Fischer family.

Inside Buckingham Palace
45:47

Inside Buckingham Palace

Episode 2 The History Channel November 14, 2018

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Buckingham Palace is one of the most famous buildings in the world. With the help of former Palace staff, royal confidantes and celebrities, Inside Buckingham Palace reveals ...

Buckingham Palace is one of the most famous buildings in the world. With the help of former Palace staff, royal confidantes and celebrities, Inside Buckingham Palace reveals what life is really like behind its imposing walls, exploring the scandals, tragedies and triumphs that have taken place over the decades and made the place what it is today.

Australian Story
31:19

Australian Story: No Surrender

ABC November 5, 2018

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When Australian Story first filmed with Dr Justin Yerbury, the world-renowned scientist’s research into motor neurone disease had taken on a terrible urgency. Diagnosed with ...

When Australian Story first filmed with Dr Justin Yerbury, the world-renowned scientist’s research into motor neurone disease had taken on a terrible urgency. Diagnosed with the disease in 2016, his condition had begun to deteriorate dramatically. By last Christmas he was unable to breathe unassisted and without major surgery to provide permanent mechanical ventilation he wouldn’t survive. Determined to continue his search for a cure and spend more time with his family, he had the operation and when the episode aired early in the year he was in ICU, struggling with post-operative complications. He would remain there for six months. But the past couple of months have seen some remarkable developments. Not only has he finally returned home, he is now going into the office two days a week to continue his vital research into the disease. Australian Story caught up with Justin and his family to record his astonishing progress.

Australian Story
30:59

Australian Story: Unbreakable: Prince Harry

ABC October 15, 2018

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Introduced by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Sussex Prince Harry has spoken exclusively to Australian Story ahead of the Invictus Games which will open in Sydney next week. ...

Introduced by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Sussex Prince Harry has spoken exclusively to Australian Story ahead of the Invictus Games which will open in Sydney next week. Founded by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Sussex in 2014, the Invictus Games is an international sporting event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women, both serving and veteran. One of those competitors will be Garry Robinson who credits His Royal Highness and the Invictus Games with saving his life. In 2010, the former commando narrowly survived a Black Hawk helicopter crash in Afghanistan. After two years in rehab, he returned home to the challenges of learning to live with a traumatic brain injury and significant physical disabilities. Garry struggled to cope and it wasn’t until his rehab team at Holsworthy Army base encouraged him to enter the inaugural London Invictus Games four years ago that he found a new lease of life.

Living Black
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Living Black: October 11, 2018

SBS October 11, 2018

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At 25, Hunter Page-Lochard has already had a stellar career. Best known for the role of Koen West in the science-fiction drama Cleverman, Hunter has also starred in Wentworth ...

At 25, Hunter Page-Lochard has already had a stellar career. Best known for the role of Koen West in the science-fiction drama Cleverman, Hunter has also starred in Wentworth and has appeared in the films The Sapphires and Bran Nue Dae. Karla Grant sits down to chat with Hunter about his life and career, how he gets his inspiration for his roles, and what's coming up next for this very talented young actor.

Catalyst
29:17

Catalyst: Diagnosing Mental Illness/Ghostbusters/Brain Stimulation

ABC October 6, 2015

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This special episode investigates new research analysing facial expressions, voice and body posture that may be the key to diagnosing depression.

This special episode investigates new research analysing facial expressions, voice and body posture that may be the key to diagnosing depression.

Momentum
52:06

Momentum: Boys Behind Bars

Season 1 Episode 2 NITV December 20, 2015

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In Western Australia the number of children growing up in detention is on the rise.

In Western Australia the number of children growing up in detention is on the rise.

Australian Story
29:04

Australian Story: A Force Of Nature

ABC November 23, 2015

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In our final story for 2015, Australian Story goes to the Victorian city of Bendigo, which has been the flash point for a series of protests against the building of a mosque. ...

In our final story for 2015, Australian Story goes to the Victorian city of Bendigo, which has been the flash point for a series of protests against the building of a mosque. Colourful local business identity, Margot Spalding is leading a campaign to support Bendigo's small Muslim community and to "fight back against intolerance and hate".

Catalyst
29:03

Catalyst: Why Am I Still Fat?

ABC October 13, 2015

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Have you ever tried to lose weight and when you did, you put it all back on again? Ever wonder... Why am I still fat? New discoveries are overturning the conventional wisdom ...

Have you ever tried to lose weight and when you did, you put it all back on again? Ever wonder... Why am I still fat? New discoveries are overturning the conventional wisdom that beating obesity is all about eating less and exercising more. Mark Horstman explores these emerging fields of science, and meets ordinary people in their daily struggle with obesity.